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December 21, 1966 |
New York City, New York, U.S.
Michelle Hurd (born December 21, 1966) is an American actress. She is married to actor Garret Dillahunt.
Michelle Hurd is the daughter of actor Hugh L. Hurd. She graduated from Saint Ann's School in 1984 and Boston University in 1988, and studied with the Alvin Ailey School. After her graduation from college, she studied at London's National Theatre.
Hurd's Broadway credits include the 1996 Stephen Sondheim–George Furth play Getting Away with Murder. Other theater credits include Othello, A.M.L., Hamlet, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Looking for the Pony at Manhattan Theater Source with her sister Adrienne Hurd. She met her husband, Garret Dillahunt, in 900 Oneonta at the Circle Repertory Company. She has won several awards, including the Robbie Award and the California Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama for the premiere of Richard Greenberg's The Violet Hour.
She has also appeared in several movies, including Random Hearts, Personals and as the comic book superhero B.B. DaCosta/Fire in the failed television pilot Justice League of America (1997). After working in television roles such as The Cosby Mysteries, New York Undercover and The Practice, she appeared in a 1997 episode of Law & Order. Her performance as a corrupt FBI informant caught the attention of L&O producer Dick Wolf, who two years later cast her in the spin-off Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Detective Monique Jeffries. She co-starred with Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay for the first season before leaving the series in 2000, but she did appear in the first, seventh and sixteenth episodes of season two, her final appearance being in March 2001. In 2001, she appeared in the Showtime original series Leap Years, where her character was the on-and-off love interest of a bisexual character played by her real-life husband.
Television roles include parts in Charmed, The O.C., According to Jim, Shark, Bones, and Gossip Girl. From 2006 to 2007, she had a recurring role on ER as television news producer Courtney Brown, who became close to Dr. Kerry Weaver.
|1989||Rude Awakening||Student on street|
|1994||Vanishing Son II||Anita||Television film|
|1997||Justice League of America||B.B. DaCosta/Fire||Television film|
|1998||Wilbur Falls||State police #2|
|2006||Play It by Ear||Mary Ann|
|2009||Too Late to Say Goodbye||Det. Ann Roche||Television film|
|2012||Girl Most Likely||Libby|
|2012||Naughty or Nice||Helen Purcell||Television film|
|2014||Within the Dark||Christine Booth||Post-production|
|1991–1997||Another World||Dana Kramer||Role held: May 28, 1991 – September 2, 1994;
November 10, 1995 – June 9, 1997
|1994–1995||New York Undercover||A.D.A. Reynolds||5 episodes|
|1995||Cosby Mysteries, TheThe Cosby Mysteries||Jogger||Episode: "Comic Book Murder"|
|1995||New York News||Asia||Episode: "Good-Bye Gator"|
|1997||Law & Order||Angela Roney||Episode: "Entrapment"|
|1997||Practice, TheThe Practice||D.A. Renee Williams||2 episodes|
|1997–1998||Malcolm & Eddie||Simone Lewis||8 episodes|
|1997||Players||Laura Jenkins||Episode: "Con Amore"|
|1998||Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction||Diane Lerner||Episode: "The Getaway"|
|1999–2001||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Detective Monique Jeffries||Main cast (seasons 1–2); 25 episodes|
|2001||Fugitive, TheThe Fugitive||Nettie Beaumont||Episode: "Lagniappe"|
|2001–2002||Leap Years||Athena Barnes||Main cast|
|2003||Skin||Detective Kimberly Banks||3 episodes|
|2004||According to Jim||Kitson||3 episodes|
|2004||Kevin Hill||Dr. Brooke Mills||Episode: "Homework"|
|2004||O.C., TheThe O.C.||Ms. Fisher||Episode: "The Way We Were"|
|2005||Charmed||Katya||Episode: "Little Box of Horrors"|
|2006||Bones||Detective Rose Harding||Episode: "The Man in the Morgue"|
|2006||Smith||Agent Lowry||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2006||Kidnapped||Katherine||Episode: "Burn, Baby, Burn"|
|2006–2007||ER||Courtney Brown||6 episodes|
|2007||Shark||Dr. Connie Vasquez||Episode: "Strange Bedfellows"|
|2007–2008||Gossip Girl||Laurel||6 episodes|
|2009||CSI: Miami||Agent Diane Reed||Episode: "Out of Time"|
|2009||Good Wife, TheThe Good Wife||Tamara||Episode: "Unprepared"|
|2010||FlashForward||Liz Kayson||Episode: "Course Correction"|
|2010–2013||Glades, TheThe Glades||Colleen Manus||Main cast; 43 episodes|
|2011–2013||90210||Rachel Gray||6 episodes|
|2012||Blue Bloods||CIA Anne Reynolds||Episode: "Risk and Reward"|
|2013||Emily Owens, M.D.||Diana Calder||Episode: "Emily and... the Love of Larping"|
|2013||Golden Boy||Louise Reed||Episode: "Longshot"|
|2013||Raising Hope||Agent Thompson||Episode: "Murder, She Hoped"|
|2014||Pretty Little Liars||Elizabeth Mainway||Episode: "Who's in the Box?"|
|2004||Terminator 3: The Redemption||Various||Voice|
|1996||Getting Away with Murder||Charmaine||Broadhurst Theatre
March 17, 1996 – March 31, 1996
- "The Dog in the Manger – 2008–2009 Season Artistic Team and Cast". The Shakespeare Theatre Company. Retrieved March 19, 2009.
- "The Dog in the Manger – 2008–2009 Season – One on One with Michael Hayden and Michelle Hurd". Washington, D.C.: The Shakespeare Theatre Company. Retrieved March 19, 2009. "I most recently played Laurel in Gossip Girl. It was fun for me as I often play cops and lawyers and doctors and this time I had the opportunity to play a mean fashionista ... and wear cute outfits and heels."
- Playbill for Dog in the Manger. Washington, D.C.: The Shakespeare Theatre Company. February–March 2009. p. 20.
- Hunt, Annie (January 21, 2009). "SHAKESPEARE THEATRE COMPANY'S 2008–2009 SEASON CONTINUES WITH The Dog in the Manger (press release)" (Press release). Retrieved March 19, 2009. "She has appeared on Broadway in Getting Away with Murder at the Broadhurst Theatre and Off-Broadway in many productions including 900 Oneonta, A.M.L., Looking for the Pony, Hot Keys and Conquering Thursday. Hurd’s regional theatre credits include west coast premier of The Violet Hour at South Coast Repertory, where she won the Robbie Award for best actress and North Shore Theater’s production of Hamlet and her film credits include Random Hearts, Personals, Double Parked, Wolf and King of New York."
- Michelle Hurd's biography
- Michelle Hurd at the Internet Movie Database
- Michelle Hurd at the Internet Broadway Database
- Michelle Hurd at the Internet Off-Broadway Database